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Carrying deeply dark but beautiful visuals, Udueagu is an experimental short film by Nigerian writer Akwaeke Zara Emezi. Captured in Lagos, Nigeria, the haunting film is narrated by Akwaeke herself in Igbo poetic phrases that mesh perfectly with each arresting scene.

Akwaeke’s work can be described as,

Brutal and surreal, it pushes past comfortable morality to honestly explore the margins of humanity.

The film has already been shown at the Chicago Home Theater Festival and is slowly but surely grabbing attention.

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